Thanks to all of those who replied:
I just need to clarify my thoughts on something which I think I saw here on
> this Sun Manager list.
> If I'm not mistaken I believe I read and e-mail stating that: If you want
> to do an Upgrade/Install to
> Solaris 7 and the Solaris 7 CD you're using is in a "64-bit format" you
> not be able to do a
> "boot cdrom" from this Solaris 7 CD unless you're running 64-bit on the
> machine you're trying to
> do you Upgrade/Install. Is this true or I missunderstood that e-mail
> I can not find now.
> And if it's true, -What's the benefit of creating this 64-bit cdrom?
> Once again, I might be confuse here -that's the reason of my posting.
It was just a misunderstanding which I had. and this is how it's:
Whatever OS I'm running should not have impact on Solaris 7 capability to
and as Dik Casper also suggested there is not such a thing as a 64bit cdrom.
John Malick also suggested the following:
The solaris 7 CD is readable by all machines. After you're done with the
install you can choose to run in 32 or 64 bit mode depending on the
architecture of the machine you're running.
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